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Financial Professional Associate

Prudential Appleton, WI

· Sell insurance and investment products · Solicit new customers through approved techniques and methods · Conserve existing insurance and… Prudential


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    DO NOT TAKE THE JOB

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    Current Employee - Financial Professional in Appleton, WI
    Current Employee - Financial Professional in Appleton, WI

    I have been working at Prudential full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Great Company Benefits.......401 K match.....control your schedule....great start into sales

    Cons

    When hired you are told what you can expect to make and you can cut that number in half to get a real idea. You are also not told that you have to pay to go to work there starting year two. also you are not compensated for mileage or gas and trust me you will be on the road almost all the time. This company pays everyone else really well except for the reps. The average wage in our office last year was less the 20,000 per year. and expect 4 months of unpaid training. All in all lots of hidden surprises your expected to pay for additional training and be expected to attend training seminars that are unpaid. also you only get 45% of what you make the company keeps the rest and your not told that the nice quarterly bonuses get dropped after you have been there for 6 quarters. Your asked to reach out to everyone you know move over as many assets as possible and then once that is done they want you out the door. They will sing your praises right out of the start gate and forget about you when times get tough. There are also ethical issues that you will have to look the other way when you know someone is just doing something to make a quick buck and when you bring it up to corprate they tell you to mind your own business and not worry about what other reps are doing. do yourself a favor and keep looking its not worth it.

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    All of your employees are on a really nice salary except for your financial professionals and I dont know how you can be proud of a retention rate of less then 30%

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